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1 SMYTH, Donna Loyalist Runaway. Hardcover
Formac, 1991, ISBN:0887800874 
SMYTH, Donna. Loyalist Runaway. Halifax, Nova Scotia : Formac Publishing Limited, 1991. First Edition. Pp (4),[5]-136. 8vo, blue illustrated glossy paper-covered boards. "Kitty Byles is an 11-year-old adventurer, and she has a Great Plan. She's decided to find Tommy, her uncle but more like an olderbrother to her. Tommy has been an outcast from the family ever since he jo ined up with other Yankee rebels to fight for independence from British rule. Kitty and her family fled Boston in 1776 and went as refugees to Halifax. Now she's goinmg back. With her harir cut short and tucked under her cap,she starts her journey as a cabin boy on a schooner sailing out of Halifax . Her adventures take her to Boston, and then to the rebel army camp outside New York. There she finds Tommy, and she meets Abraham - an adventurer like herself, fleeing from a slaveowner and searching for his family who haveescaped to Nova Scotia. Together Kitty and Abraham come up with a second G reat Plan. From the historical events of the American Revolution and the diaries of aNova Scotia family which recount their experiences during these turbulent times. novelist Donna Smyth has crafted this fictional story of Kitty Byles." - rear cover. Chapters : 1. A Promise and a Secret; 2. The Runaway; 3. A Plymouth Friend; 4. Boston Loyalists; 5. A Reunion; 6. A Mixture of Loyalties; 7. Crossing the Lines; 8. New York Loyalists; 9. The First Fleet; 10. Port Roseway; 11. Home Again. Very good. 14.00

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2 SMYTH, Donna Loyalist Runaway. Paperback
Formac, 1991, 
SMYTH, Donna. Loyalist Runaway. Halifax, Nova Scotia : Formac Publishing Limited, 1991. First Edition. Pp (4),[5]-136. 8vo, blue illusttrated card covers. "Kitty Byles is an 11-year-old adventurer, and she has a Great Plan. She's decided to find Tommy, her uncle but more like an older brother to her. Tommy has been an outcast from the family ever since he joined up with other Yankee rebels to fight for independence from British rule. Kitty and her family fled Boston in 1776 and went as refugees to Halifax. Now she's goinmg back. With her harir cut short and tucked under her cap, she starts herjourney as a cabin boy on a schooner sailing out of Halifax. Her adventure s take her to Boston, and then to the rebel army camp outside New York. There she finds Tommy, and she meets Abraham - an adventurer like herself, fleeing from a slaveowner and searching for his family who have escaped to Nova Scotia. Together Kitty and Abraham come up with a second Great Plan. Fromthe historical events of the American Revolution and the diaries of aNova Scotia family which recount their experiences during these turbulent times.novelist Donna Smyth has crafted this fictional story of Kitty Byles." - r ear cover. Chapters : 1. A Promise and a Secret; 2. The Runaway; 3. A Plymouth Friend; 4. Boston Loyalists; 5. A Reunion; 6. A Mixture of Loyalties; 7. Crossing the Lines; 8. New York Loyalists; 9. The First Fleet; 10. Port Roseway; 11. Home Again. Slightly rubbed, else very good. 7.00

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3 CONRAD, Margaret, Toni LAIDLAW, and Donna SMYTH LAIDLAW, Toni SMYTH, Donna No Place Like Home : Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women, 1771-1938. First Edition.
Formac Publishing Company Limited, Halifax, 1988, ISBN:0887800661 
CONRAD, Margaret, Toni LAIDLAW, and Donna SMYTH. No Place Like Home : Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women 1771-1938. (Halifax) : Formac Publishing Company Limited, 1988. Pp (6), [1]-306, (2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 1858 for Liscombe. Anna GreenWinslow (1759-1779, born in the township of Cumberland), Rebecca Byles (17 62-1853); Louisa Collins (1797-1869, of Dartmouth & Halifax), Eliza Ann Chipman (1807-1853), Margaret Dickie Michener (1827-1908, born in Hantsport), Mathilda Faulkner Churchill (1840-1925), Annie Rogers Butler (1841-1906, born in Yarmouth), Hannah Richardson (1844-1880), Mary MacDougall MacDonald of West Gore (1853-1940), Margaret Pottinger Connell (1833-1899), Rebecca Chase Kinsman Ells (1856-1928), Margaret Marshall Saunders (1861-1947), Bessie Hall (1890-1969), Ella Muriel Liscombe (1902-1969), Laura Kaulback Slauenwhite (1880-1976, born in Pine Grove, Lunenburg County). Very good. 12.00

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4 SMYTH, Donna E. Quilt. First Edition
Women's Press, Toronto, 1982, ISBN:0889610738 
SMYTH, Donna E. Quilt. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) : The Women's Press, (1982). First Printing. Pp. (8),7-121,(5). 8vo, blue art-illustrated cardcoverswith white lettering to front & spine. Donna E. Smyth (b. Kimberly, BC).lo ngtime resident of Nova Scotia and teacher at Acadia University, Wolfville."The quilt which Donna E. Smyth's first novel takes as its title draws tog ether a special Canadian story, the story of a small group of people in rural Nova Scotia. Hazel, Sam and a handful of women who piece together a quilt for a local raffle confront an unusual tragedy in their community - a tragedy that lays bare the raw plight of a battered wife in their midst. In language that is at once straightforward and haunting, 'Quilt' dramatizes thepowerful events that touch ordinary lives." - from the rear cover. Very go od. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 7.00

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5 SMYTH, Donna E. BISHOP, Elizabeth Running to Paradise : a play about Elizabeth Bishop. 2nd pr.
Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, 1999, ISBN:189403113x 
SMYTH, Donna E. Running to Paradise : a play about Elizabeth Bishop. Wolfville : Gaspereau Press, (1999). Pp [1]-69,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Vg. 6.50

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6 SMYTH, Donna E. Subversive Elements. card covers.
Women's Press, Toronto, 1986, ISBN:0889611025 
SMYTH, Donna E. Subversive Elements. (Toronto) : The Women's Press, (1986).Pp (6),7-263,(1). 8vo, blue card covers. In the Women's Press Fiction seri es. "Subversive Elements presents an intriguing mélange of voices that entice us to explore two seemingly unrelated strands - a highly romantic and unlikely love story and a timely account of the controversy surrounding uranium mining in Nova Scotia." - from the rear cover. Very good. 12.00

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